10 thoughts on “Tales of Sexual Humilitation at Anatot: Israeli Eyewitness – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Those people are disgrace for Israel.
    I’m disgusted and ashamed by them.
    They are the ones that will destroy the state of Israel, no outside enemy.

  2. and I bet those who eagerly saw a chance to malign Egyptians with the Laura episode will cover this.

    These are tactics used to intimidate. Protesting for a cause is immediately interpreted to mean you want to have sex with them.

  3. I read the original post of the “so called” victim.
    she is an anarchist, her judgement and interpretation of the conflict is heavily biased and full of unproven accusations.

    she said that she took a picture during the incident but didn’t post it, why? no other hard evidents as well.

    just think about it before you automatically believe to this story.

    1. I’m publishing this against my better judgment because it’s just so damn stupid-minded (I hope I’ve coined a new word). You’re a heartless fraud of a human being & I only hope your own daughter doesn’t ever face a night of sheer terror like Stavit did. I know women besides Stavit who have suffered such trauma and I wouldn’t wish it on even my worst enemy.

      1. I don’t know where the truth lies and I am wary as to whether to write this as it may be wrong, but again I went back to the friend I know on Anatot after hearing the story here. He refered me to a resident of Anatot who claims to have witnessed Stavit’s experience.

        He says that he saw Stavit deliberately tear open her shirt whilst being removed from the scene and exposed her chest provacatively rather than try to cover herself.

        Moreover he informed me that the settlement has employed a press assistant to act on behalf of the settlement opposite the media, and the same assistant told him that after investigating the matter it became apparent that Stavit has previously reported a similar sexual assault at a prvious demonstration and thus seems to use this as a deliberate tactic.

        Whilst it seems far-fetched to use a tactic such as this, I too find it hard to believe that the residents of Anatot (who are far from fanatic) would sexually assault a demonstrator.

        In the end we all tend to and want to believe “our” side and not countenance evil.

        1. This is blaming the victim. No matter what yr motives I find it not just objectionable, but offensive. Only a male could possibly believe a woman in a vulnerable position under threat of sexual attack would bare her body to her attackers. It is simply an appalling statement to make. Think about what you’ve done. Yr friends can believe what they will, but you should know better.

          The videos are out there for all to see. You cant’t argue away suc graphic evidence. The knife is there, the settler trying to stab repeatedly. The image of the male settler punching a woman in the face. Yassine’s bloodied hard & clothing. I’ve seen no pictures of any injured settler.

          Yet you talk of provocation. It’s offensive I tell you. How do you think the odious Nazis talked of their victims. How do you think bullies the world over speak of their victims. Of course the bullies are victims. Of course the victims brought on their own beatings and had it coming to them.

          Please have a heart & be a human being. No matter what yr loyalty to your friends you simply can’t twist reality in the way you have w/o doing violence to it.

        2. The earlier testimony of your friend was severely incorrect, and now this? No woman would bear her breasts ‘provocatively’ in front of a violent mob. This is just crazy, and hearsay from hearsay. I, for one, have had enough of your settler friends’ testimonies.

          And then the settler’s PR guy (“she does this all the time”). Give me a break.

  4. Fairy tales, maybe… I just saw the lady’s performance in Berlin the other night. She and her friends decided to disrupt an Israeli performance, enjoyed by an audience of some 80 year olds. Violently and dogmatically, they screamed their way in, and distributed their poisonous antisemitism around.

    1. I don’t know what lady you’re referring to. As for anti-Semitism, if you’re claiming that Israelis who oppose their government’s policies are anti-Semites then I have a word for you: ignorant. And another: delusional.

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